Staging Your House During The Holiday Season in The Northwest Valley
Selling your home during the holiday season can be more challenging but you’ll also be facing less competition than peak selling season. Staging your house during the holiday season in the Northwest Valley should enhance your home and features, rather than detract from it. For example, if you have a traditional home but staged with contemporary holiday décor, it would take away from your homes style. Vintage and classic decorations would be better to stage and enhance your homes style and features. So here are a few of our best tips for staging your house during the holidays.
Enhance (Don’t Detract From) Your Home’s Style
Most homes have a definite, recognizable architectural style, and staging your house in the Northwest Valley should enhance that style rather than working against or detracting from the style. Say, for example, your home is a traditional style. In that case, you’d want to use vintage or classic holiday-themed staging decorations. Contemporary decorations, on the other hand, would detract from your home’s style.
Accentuate the Positive Features
When staging your house during the holiday season in Northwest Valley, you want to highlight and draw attention to the most positive features of your home. You want to use holiday staging to draw the buyers attention to the best parts of your Northwest Valley home. For example, you can decorate and stage the mantle to highlight your beautiful fireplace.
Work With/Complement the Color Scheme
At this point, you’ve already painted all of your unique, colorful walls, with neutral tones to appeal to the most buyers. The next step when staging your house is to use colors that will complement these neutral paint colors and create an entire color scheme. With holiday staging, you’ll want to avoid the loud and bright greens and reds, and go with more complementary neutral decorations. Think more blues, whites, silver, and gold and make sure you keep them consistent throughout the staging.
Let Some Light In
Natural and bright lighting is a little harder to come by due to shorter days and more overcast skies during the Holiday season. Remove heavy blinds and drapes that limit natural light and incorporate artificial lighting that can highlight the other staging work that has been done. If you have a fireplace and the weather and day calls for it, lighting that will add some more light and Holiday warmth!
Remember Curb Appeal
When staging your house in the Northwest Valley during the holidays, don’t forget about your home’s exterior. Curb appeal is one of the most important pieces of staging, no matter the time of year. Again, avoid the bright and multi colored decorations and lights. Stick with the classic, and elegant lights and holiday decorations to create beautiful holiday curb appeal.
Staging Your House For The Holidays
When selling your home during the holidays, there will be less competition but also less buyers. The holiday season buyers are more serious though! You can create an inviting home and experience when staging your Northwest Valley home with these tips. And unless you’re a professional stager, you’ll likely need consulting in this area. That’s why hiring a professional real estate team, like us, is essential to make the most out of your staging!
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